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World J Orthop. Jul 18, 2014; 5(3): 292-303
Published online Jul 18, 2014. doi: 10.5312/wjo.v5.i3.292
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Figure 1 Sagittal computed tomography of the cervical spine of an 82-year-old female with rheumatoid arthritis and neck pain with cranial settling.
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Figure 2 Lateral X-ray (left) and sagittal magnetic resonance imaging (right) of a 52-year-old with atlantoaxial subluxation. Left: Lateral X-ray; Right: Sagittal Magnetic resonance imaging. The anterior atlantodental interval is shown (red line).
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Figure 3 Resolving rheumatoid pannus after occipital cervical (top) and C1-2 fusion (bottom). Left: Preoperative magnetic resonance imagings; Middle: Postoperative lateral X-ray; Right: Postoperative magnetic resonance imagings.
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Figure 4 Preoperative traction and surgical approach to cervical rheumatoid.
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Figure 5 Lateral X-ray images of the spine before (A) and after (B) surgical intervention. The anterior atlantodental interval is shown (red line).